A Style Organization “Staging” Blueprint

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Cleared in Tecumseh

Cleared in Tecumseh

Let everyone in the house know that a lot of effort, time, and money has been spent for you to enjoy your home while showing it for sale.

You can now park all three cars in the garage as all remaining possessions have now been cleaned and organized with everything flowing in a comfortable safe way for all the family and pets while reclaiming space within the cupboards and reorganizing the garages, the breezeway, the cabana and all interior levels for a more practical use. We have also itemized, cataloged and stored items that you wanted to keep with easy access in the designated storage rooms.

Now that all your rooms have been reclaimed for their proper use, by organizing them your house will be easy to show and will not leave buyers guessing their use.

Please take the time to look in all the rooms, closets, and cupboards to re-familiarize yourself with where items are placed and if you want to change something so that it works better please go ahead and do it or contact me. Just try to do it when you have some spare time such as the weekend or advise your housekeeper.

The house looks calmer and this will save time and energy on a daily basis. It is safe for all occupants as all the roadblocks have now been removed as well as being easier to move around and find all items needed as clutter has gone. You don’t have to worry about the “unknowns” and you get to enjoy and relax in your home at its best instead of being stressed out. It will be easy to tidy up when it gets occasionally untidy and it will.

 On a daily basis you should consider the following: Create a routine that is right for you which includes the children.Get everyone to take 10 – 15 minutes to clear the daily clutter prior to bedtime. It can be as simple as putting laundry in the chute as well as getting things ready for the next day.

As all the laundry is done by your housekeeper on a daily basis and it is already incorporated into the routine adding any additional chores should be easy to control.

Little things make a difference such as:

  • Corralling things in trays so they are easy to relocate to their homes.
  • Always prune your paper pile-up on a daily basis
  • Keep all the coffee tables clear. At least 75%
  • Purge items no longer required by placing unwanted items in a box that is left in your closet – one per closet and once full schedule your favourite charity to pick up or take to a thrift shop to donate prior to a grocery shop.

For cleaning, create a routine where you can tell your housekeeper what rotation you would like them to clean. Cleaning on a weekly schedule and deep clean on a rotating basis.

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